Mold Releasing Agent
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What is mold releasing agent DAIFREE™

1, Fluorocarbon properties provide extremely effective mold releasing capabilities

2, Optimal for molding electric parts because the surface of the molded article does not become sticky

3, Improves working efficiency owing to cleaner mold surfaces
4, Reduction in the defect ratio for molded articles and improved dimensional accuracy
5, A thin coating is sufficient, and effectiveness lasts for a long period of time
6, A variety of grades to choose form
7, All grades are PFOA-free products

Mold releasing mechanisms of various releasing agens

  DAIFREE Silicone-type releasing agents Wax-based releasing agents
Mold detaching
Film layer charactaristics Dty film layer
Thin film layer (0.1〜1.0μm)
Low surface tension
Oil-repellent and stain-proofing properties
Oily film layer
Thin film layer (1〜20μm)
No oil-repellent or stain-proofing properties
Solid film layer
Thin film layer (30〜50μm)
No oil-repellent or stain-proofing properties
Mold releasing mechanism Interface plus layer separation Layer separation Layer separation
Charactaristics Excellent mold releasing capability, and a cleaner mold surface results in a lower defect ratio. Excellent mold releasing capability and workability. Often penertrates into molded articles so that secondary processing of molded articles is difficult. Excellent ease of application.
Mold surface easily becomes contaminated.

Types and features of mold releasing agent DAIFREE™

Type Recommended dilution agent Features Applications
Water-based type Water non-hazardous material For molding general rubber and plastic
Solvent-based type Petroleum solvent, such as isohexane Isopropyl alcohol Good releasability
Quick-drying
For molding general rubber and plastic
Aerosol type (This type is aerosol can and cannot be diluted by solvent.) Concentration has been adjusted Easy to use For molding general rubber and plastic (Suitable for complicated mold)
Internal mold release agent - Improves mold release properties of rubber when added. For molding general rubber and plastic
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